Following its launch in Austria just yesterday, Spotify has continued its European expansion today with releases in both Belgium and Switzerland. The company stayed true to its promise that both territories would indeed receive support shortly after the launch of the popular music streaming service in Austria.
Both territories will get the same service that music lovers just cannot live without, which includes on-demand streaming of over 15 million tracks, to both your computer and your mobile devices. Belgians will also be offered the same three-tier subscription structure as other territories, which includes the free, unlimited, and premium price plans.
The free plan will allow users to listen to music on-demand at their computers, but they will be limited to how many tracks they can listen to and they will be required to listen to ads. To do away with ads, users can sign up to the Spotify Unlimited plan at €4.99/6.45CHF (approx. $6.72) per month, which also provides unlimited listening.
For access from mobile devices, such as smartphone and tablets, and a number of other features like enhanced sound quality, users can sign up to the Spotify Premium plan at €9.99/12.95CHF (approx. $13.46) per month. Official Spotify mobile applications are currently available for Android, BlackBerry, iOS, Palm, Symbian, and Windows Phone devices.
Spotify is now available in 11 different countries, including Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, the Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland, Sweden, Spain, the U.K., and the U.S. Its rapid growth, which has seen three new countries added to its lineup in just two days, is a testament to the service’s tremendous success.
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[via The Next Web]